Doing things right


Why flow optimisation?

Flow optimisation is the key to sustainability and viability

The real flow conditions are always important if liquids or gases are involved in the process. They have a serious impact on the efficiency and overall performance of industrial plants – no matter if it’s a production, heating or cooling process. An inefficient flow design is often the reason for mal-functional effects. They are often governing CAPEX and OPEX of an industrial plant.

Optimisaton of Heat and Mass Transfer

However it is not only a question of installing the best key components. It is also crucial how these components are integrated in the whole system.

It’s not always easy recognising complex flow conditions as reason for operational limitations. But their “symptoms” in the plant can be found out easily. Some examples:

Consequences for

Plants with insufficient flow conditions

Low plant performance & reduced efficiency

(e.g. high emissions, low product rates)

High energy demand

and pressure loss in the plant
(high operational costs)


regarding partial load cases

Operational restrictions

by inefficient heating & cooling

Damages in the plant

and drop outs caused by turbulences,
local corrosion, abrasion, etc.

Reduced plant availability

due to local scaling & plugging

The special benefit of a flow optimisation is that several improvements can be often reached at once and sustainably.

Our many areas of application an d experience:

  • Power stations, thermal plants or waste incinerations
  • EGCS for large engines & ships
  • Chemical & process engineering
  • Manufacturing industry
  • Pharmacy
  • Food & beverage industry
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